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Elocity A10 Android Tablet Review!

One of the better 10.1 inch Android tablets I saw at CES 2011 was the Elocity A10. Not that many other bloggers covered this hidden gem but it’s very, very thin and a high-performing Android tablet that will be available real soon, not months away.  In fact, I plan to pre-order this next Monday when pre-orders start on January 18th.

Elocity A10 Specs

The Elocity A10 Android ta

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Optoma NEO-i DV20A Pico Projector/Smartphone Speaker Dock Review!

Last year, Optoma launched their PK301 Pico Projector at CES 2010.  This year at CES 2011, I had the pleasure of viewing their latest flagship product, the Optoma NEO-i DV20A, which basically is like the PK301 but more.

The all-new Optoma NEO-i DV20A is not only a pico projector but

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HTC Thunderbolt Review!

At CES 2011, Verizon and HTC unveiled their first, ever 4G LTE-enabled smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt!

Of course, with all the new dual-core processor Android smartphones coming out later this year, the HTC Thunderbolt lacks in processing power but certainly, it’s the probably one of the fastest 4G phones you can buy right now and the only 4G-enabled phone on Verizon.

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Motorola Atrix 4G Review!

UPDATE: See updated review of the Atrix 4G!

Motorola Atrix 4G, the world’s fastest smartphone now?  Technically yes, with a Tegra 2 dual-core 1Ghz processor and a whopping 1GB of RAM memory, it’s the world’s most powerful smartphone introduced at CES 2011.

Couple that with ability to r

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Samsung Sliding PC 7 Review!

At CES 2011, I was able to get a glimpse of the future of tablets, netbooks, and laptops.  And that?  Is probably like the Atrix 4G smartphone which allows you to dock your Android smartphone on an LCD/keyboard combo.

No, but we are not there yet.  Even as fast as Tegra 2 processors are, I think it will be another 1-2 years before it can be considered practical.   It’s grea

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Blackberry Playbook Review!

Probably one of the best tablets I saw at CES 2011 was the Blackberry Playbook, which sports a TI OMAP dual-core 1Ghz processor (which is comparable to Tegra 2), brilliant 7-inch screen, minimalist design with just two buttons, Palm Pre-like UI (user interface) which is super-easy to use, and topped with real-time operating system that supports Adobe Flash, Air, and development on Java like

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Eee Pad Slider Android Tablet Review!

With an outrageous number of Android tablets being launched this year(I think at least a 100!), consumers will have a hard time choosing which one is for them and probably wondering what is the best Android tablet to buy.  Btw, last year was the year of 3D HDTVs, this year’s obviously year of Android tablets.

Another factor you should remember is that many will fail (in my opi

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ASUS N61JQ-XV1 16-Inch Intel Core i7 Laptop Review! [Part 1]

Last year I got my new 13.3-inch ASUS UL30Vt-X1, which has served an awfully great purpose of helping me blog while traveling, it weighs almost nothing, battery lasts forever, and has a great processor fast enough to do most things.

This year, I got a new ASUS 16-inch laptop N61JQ-XV1, which comes equipped with

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Roland JUNO-Di Review!

For those of you interested in making your own music (perhaps for mixing your own trance music like a DJ, the Roland JUNO-Di could possibly the synthesizer you need.  This synthesizer is pretty cool considering you can synthesize 1000 different instruments, edit with Mac/PC, and a whole lot more.

Check out this review video of this unit:

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Best Camcorder for Snowboarding!

The other day, I bought HatCam so I can use it while snowboarding but was researching further because HatCam seemed to be a bit flimsy for snowboarding needs.  Anyways, after couple hours of researching online plus watching the video quality people uploaded on YouTube, I found the perfect camcorder for snowboarding, the GoPro HD.

The

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